2014 届高一年级第二学期学情调研 英语试卷
第一部分 听力 (共两节 满分 20 分) 第一节(共 5 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并 标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题
。每段 对话仅读一遍。 1. What does the man think of her jacket and hat? A. They fit well. B. They are not cheap. C. The jacket doesn’t match her hat. 2. Where may the dialogue probably take place? A. In a classroom. B. In a post office. C. In a library. 3. What can we learn from the dialogue? A. The man was always making trouble. B. The woman was a little angry with the man. C. The man did so on purpose. 4. What are they talking about? A. The weather. B. Time. C. Hopes. 5. Why did the woman want to get some change? A. She wanted to buy a phone. B. She wanted to make a long distance phone call. C. She wanted to give it to her little brother. 第二节(共 15 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 15 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项，并 标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话前，你将有时间阅读各个小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题给 出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至第 8 题。 6. What did the city use to be? A. A small town. B. A small village. . C. A large castle. 7. What was found near the small village? A. Gold. B. Iron. C. Coal. 8. What were inns in the past used for nowadays? A. Tall buildings. B. Castles. C. Pubs. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 9 至第 11 小题。. 9. What’s the advantage of the physical work for the man? A. Keeping him fit and healthy. B. Making him tired. C. Keeping him different. 10. What can we learn from the dialogue? A. The man was good at running. B. The man once worked in an office. C. The man was once a teacher in a training center. 11. Why did the man get away from the city? A. The city was busy and crowded. B. The city was too noisy. C. He didn’t like the work of being an officer. 听第 8 段材料，回答第 12 至第 14 小题。. 12. What caused many people dead or wounded today？ A. A car. B. A terrible accident. C. A big fire.
13. What were many people in great need of according to relief agencies? A. Peace and freedom. B. Food and shelter. C. Houses and money. 14. What did the man expect the two countries to do? A. To find the real problem for the war and solve that. B. To develop their friendly relationship as usual. C. To build their own border fences. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 15 至第 17 小题。. 15. What does ―mp‖ stand for in the dialogue? A. A minister of a party. B. A means of production. C. A member of parliament (议会). 16. How many mp’s are there in a cabinet（内阁）generally? A. 15. B. 25. C. 52. 17. What needs the support of the big political parties? A. A proposed law. B. A policy. C. A party. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 18 至第 20 小题 18. How many people may have suffered from post-9/11 stress disorder? A. 7,000. B. 17,000. C. 70,000. 19. Where may the data get from? A. The World Trade Center Health Registry. B. The city health officials. C. Manhattan residents（居民）. 20. Who got post-9/11 stress disorder? A. Workers, residents, area workers, passengers and passers-by. B. Rescue and recovery farmers, area workers and passers-by. C. Rescue and recovery workers, area workers and passers-by. 第二部分 单项填空 (共 25 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 25 分) 请认真阅读下面各题，从题中所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将 该项涂黑。 21. The cultural exchanges between the two countries help to _________the understanding and friendship between the two peoples. A. increase B. raise C. add D. promote 22. While shopping, people sometimes can’t help_____ into buying something they don’t really need. A. to persuade B. persuading C. being persuaded D. to be persuaded 23. The NBA semifinal was really wonderful. The best moment was, as the media reported, _____ LeBron James scored the winning three points. A. that B. when C. what D. which 24. — Do you enjoy the dinner? — Yes. The whole meal was good and the wine ________ was excellent. A. in common B. in total C. in particular D. in general 25. — Will you be _________ this evening, Mary? — That depends. I am afraid I will be with my manager together discussing a plan. A. convenient B. suitable C. available D. efficient 26. — What made him so upset? — ______she failed in her examination A. What B. That C. Because D. Whether 27. — It really shocked us that he should have made such_______ rapid progress in his study in such
a short time! — No surprising. He has been making _______ most of his spare time to study. A. a; the B. a; / C. /; the D. /; / 28. It is recommended every student ________ one or two reference books for self-study during summer vacation. A. purchase B. purchased C. purchases D. purchasing 29. He ______ to us that those eggs which were ______ on the table had been ______ by snakes. A. lied; laying; lied B. lied; lying; lain C. laid; laid; laid D. lied; lying; laid 30. — It’s no good continuing to work too hard like him. — You are right, as the proverb goes, ―___________‖ A. No pains, no gains B. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. C. The grass is greener on the other side. D. Rome wasn’t built in a day. 31. No one can tell _______ on earth that created so colorful and amazing a world. A. what is it B. what it is C. how is it D. how it is 32. This company was the first ______ portable radios as well as cassette tape recorders in the world. A. producing B. to produce C. having produced D. produced 33. — Who is thought of at first when it_________ classical music. — Beethoven or Mozart, I’m afraid. A. comes to B. comes across C. comes up D. comes on 34. The day that we were looking forward to _________ as expected. A. came B. had come C. coming D. would come 35. ―Attention, please. Whoever can answer one of my questions _____ receive a prize,‖ the teacher said in class. A. might B. would C. should D. shall 第三部分 完形填空（共 20 题；每题 1 分，满分 20 分） 请认真阅读下面短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡 上将该项涂黑。 More Than I Had Dreamed Of From the time I was seven, I had a dream of becoming a member of the Students Union. I always 36 my school leaders for taking responsibility for all of us. So I dreamed of being a leader. Years flew by, and soon I was able to participate in the elections, 37 I would win. But the reality struck that I hadn’t had a chance. I wasn’t pretty. Girls across the school hardly knew me. I just did not have what it 38 to win a school election. I was 39 . As I cried in my room that evening, I 40 took a deep breath and decided I wouldn’t stop dreaming. I decided that I would 41 elections again in my final year at school—and I would win. I recognized that my 42 had a lot of things in their favor. What were the 43 that would work in my favor? I had good grades, and I was friendly and helpful. And my biggest 44 was the faith I had. I would not allow my 45 appearance to hold me back from putting my best foot forward. That evening, I 46 my election plans a whole year in advance. I realized that girls would have to get to know me and recognize that I had the ability to 47 them. I loved making friends and I liked being helpful, 48 I decided that perhaps I could use these qualities to work to my advantage. In order to learn how to present a great election 49 , I also attended a course on effective public speaking. The day after the election, when the principal(校长) announced I won the second highest number of votes, the students 50 . That joy on the faces of all my friends showed me that my
victory was 51 theirs. Suddenly, I realized that I had 52 much more than I had dreamed of. I had made many new friends and had helped people 53 the way. I had won the 54 and love of my school-mates and they knew me as somebody who would stand by them. I was able to put a smile on their faces and 55 their day. 36. A. remembered B. admired C. praised D. believed 37. A. planning B. hoping C. calculating D. judging 38. A. took B. assessed C. provided D. meant 39. A. concerned B. surprised C. depressed D. confused 40. A. gradually B. immediately C. impatiently D. suddenly 41. A. attend in B. enter C. join D. participate 42. A. companions B. enemies C. schoolmates D. competitors 43. A. points B. cases C. methods D. examples 44. A. problem B. dream C. strength D. worry 45. A. plain B. young C. personal D. good 46. A. announced B. discussed C. began D. delayed 47. A. recommend B. encourage C. support D. represent 48. A. but B. so C. then D. or 49. A. speech B. campaign C. ceremony D. promise 50. A. nodded B. cheered C. gathered D. cried 51. A. only B. also C. still D. almost 52. A. devoted B. contributed C. achieved D. developed 53. A. along B. by C. to D. in 54. A. donation B. choice C. election D. acceptance 55. A. toast B. darken C. cover D. brighten 第四部分 阅读理解（共 17 题；每题 2 分，满分 34 分） 请认真阅读下列短文，从短文后各题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 A Life is just a joke most of the time. The problem is that most people treat this joke very seriously. Life is given to us to enjoy and have fun. We always see lots of sorrow and unhappiness around us. The amazing fact is that most of this sorrow and unhappiness is our creation. It’s the weak point of society. We make most of our mistakes in life due to our greed(贪婪) or because we are forced to do this by society. Because of this, we missed many beautiful moments in life. Life is full of many exciting things which help us all enjoy it. We were all born in this world with no thoughts or desires. A child only wants to enjoy his or her life. However, we burden these innocent souls from childhood with lots of expectations and desires. In this way a circle of expectations and desires starts moving in the mind of every person. A child finds it difficult to go with the changing world and he ends up becoming an unhappy person. Enjoying life is a great art which very few people know on this earth. To enjoy life, a person is required to have a deep insight into life, free from all the worldly things. We all know that there are many people who, even after living in big houses, are unhappy and that there are strange wanderers（流浪者）who are in endless happiness even though they have nothing. This is a strange reality of life which many mystics （神秘人士） around the world have tried to explain. Life looks strange to people who do not understand it and it becomes an exciting joke for those who
have mastered it. Don’t take life too seriously and enjoy it fully. 56. Which of the following is the weak point of society according to Paragraph1? A. Most people always teat life as a joke. B. People don’t treat life seriously. C. People always make a lot of mistakes. D. People create a lot of sorrow and unhappiness. 57. Some people made mistakes and missed the beautiful moments in life because they___________. A. were very poor and had no houses to live in B. were greedy or forced by society to do things C. didn’t get education when they were young D. treated everyday life very seriously 58. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that___________. A. life is full of mysteries B. life is full of happiness C. happiness is only a view of life D. happiness comes from plenty of wealth 59. What is the main idea of the passage? A. Life is a big joke. B. Life is not full of fun. C. Jokes are useful in life. D. Seriousness leads to sadness. B Name: Julia Rosetti Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Brisbane, Australia Age: 18 Sex: Female Drugs: No Alcohol: No Sports/ Activities: I used to do a lot of ballet and stage work, my ambition was to be a professional dancer before I got sick. Nowadays I love to read, and other stuff like that, as well as spending a lot of time with my family and friends. Grades: I finished high school last year, and I haven’t started college because I’ve been sick. But I got subject prizes in three subjects and high in the rest. Favorite Subject: I loved Music, English, History and Biology. Hard to pick a favorite ----- they’re all so different. Volunteer Work: It all depends on what you call ―volunteer‖. Nothing really official, but I spend a lot of my time working and playing with really sick kids, and they come to me for advice a lot. What My Future Goals Are: I’d either like to go on to do stage work, or work with kids with serious illnesses. I haven’t decided which, yet. What I do in My Spare Time: Talk to my friends and my family. Hang around with my hospital friends. Watch TV. Go to the movies when I can. I love going on picnics and other outdoorsy stuff. How I’d Change the World: No doubt. Cure cancer. Eradicate it forever. Largest Problem: Sometimes, I think it’s having too many choices, and having too many expectations and others having too many expectations of you. And all the implications (牵连) of this. Why Would I Make a Good Counselor (顾问): I really want to help other people. I’ve made that my life’s ambition, to help as many people as I can. Qualifications: I spend a lot of time doing this sort of stuff ―unofficially‖ – I am the Discussion Manager on a discussion list for seriously ill young people. People also write to me because of my homepage, often wanting advice, which I try to give them.
60. What can we infer about Julia Rosetti? A. She is ill now with a cancer. B. She has had an operation. C. She is curing people of cancer. D. She is working in a hospital. 61. The underlined word ―eradicate‖ most probably means _____. A. get out of B. put an end to C. break up D. set aside 62. The underlined word ―you‖ stands for _____. A. Julia Rosetti herself B. all her friends in her life C. the person she refers to D. everyone including herself 63. Which of the following statements is true about Julia Rosetti? A. She had wanted to become a doctor. B. She had done very well at college. C. She often visits hospitals in her spare time. D. She has her own homepage on the Internet. C Hans was an honest fellow with a funny round good-humored face. Living alone, every day he worked in his garden. In all the countryside there was no garden so lovely as his. All sorts of flowers grew there, blooming in their proper order as the months went by, one flower taking another flower’s place, so that there were always beautiful things to see, and pleasant odors to smell. Hans had many friends, the most devoted being the Miller. So devoted was the rich Miller to Hans that he’d never go by his garden without plucking a large bunch of flowers or a handful of sweet herbs, or filling his pockets with fruits. The Miller used to talk about noble ideas, and Hans nodded and smiled, feeling proud of having such a friend. The neighbors thought it strange that the rich Miller never gave Hans anything in return, though he had hundreds of sacks of flour, many cows and sheep, but Hans never troubled his head about these, and nothing gave him greater pleasure than to listen to all the wonderful things about the unselfishness of true friendship. In spring, summer, and autumn Hans was very happy, but when winter came, and he had no fruit or flowers to sell, he suffered from cold and hunger. Though extremely lonely, the Miller never came to see him then. ―There’s no good in going to see Hans while the snow lasts.‖ The Miller said to his wife, ―When people are in trouble they shouldn’t be bothered. So I’ll wait till the spring comes when he’s happy to give me flowers.‖ ―You’re certainly very thoughtful,‖ answered his wife, ―It’s quite a treat to hear you talk about friendship.‖ ―Couldn’t we ask Hans up here?‖ said their son. ―I’ll give him half my meal, and show him my white rabbits.‖ ―How silly you are!‖ cried the Miller. ―I really don’t know what’s the use of sending you to school. If Hans came up here, and saw our warm fire, our good supper, and our red wine, he might feel bitter, and envy is a most terrible thing, and would spoil anybody’s nature. I am his best friend, and I’ll always watch over him, and see that he’s not led into any temptation(诱惑). Besides, if Hans came here, he might ask me for some flour. Flour is one thing, and friendship is another, and they shouldn’t be confused. The words are spelt differently, and mean quite different things. Everybody can see that.‖ He looked seriously at his son, who felt so ashamed that he hung his head down, and grew quite scared, and began to cry into his tea. Spring coming, the Miller went down to see Hans. Again he talked about friendship. ―Hans, friendship never forgets. I’m afraid you don’t understand the poetry of life. See, how lovely your roses
are!‖ Hans said he wanted to sell them in the market to buy back his things which were sold during the hard time of the winter. ―I’ll give you many good things. I think being generous is the base of friendship.‖ said the Miller. ―And now, as I’ll give you many good things, I’m sure you’d like to give me some flowers in return. Here’s the basket, and fill it quite full.‖ Poor Hans was afraid to say anything. He ran and plucked all his pretty roses, and filled the Miller’s basket, imagining the many good things promised by the Miller. The next day he heard the Miller calling: ―Hans, would you mind carrying this sack of flour for me to market?‖ ―I’m sorry, but I am really very busy today.‖ ―Well,‖ said the Miller, ―considering that I’m going to give you my things, it’s rather unfriendly of you to refuse. Upon my word, you mustn’t mind my speaking quite plainly to you.‖ Poor Hans was driven by his friendship theory to work hard for his best friend, leaving his garden dry and wasted. One evening Hans was sitting by fire when the Miller came. ―Hans,‖ cried the Miller, ―My little boy has fallen off a ladder and hurt himself, and I’m going for the Doctor. But he lives so far away, and it’s such a bad windy night. It has just occurred to me that you can go instead of me. You know I’m going to give you my good things, so you should do something for me in return.‖ ―Certainly,‖ cried Hans. He struggled into the stormy night, and got the doctor to ride a horse to the Miller’s house in time to save the boy. However, Hans got lost in the darkness, and wandered off into a deep pool, drowned. At Hans’ funeral, the Miller said, ―I was his best friend. I should walk at the head of the procession.‖ Every now and then he wiped his eyes with a handkerchief. 64. ―Flour is one thing, and friendship is another‖ can be understood as ___________. A. ―Different words may mean quite different things.‖ B. ―Interest is permanent(永恒的) while friendship is flexible(有弹性的).‖ C. ―I’m afraid you don’t understand the poetry of life.‖ D. ―I think being generous is the base of friendship.‖ 65. From the passage, we can learn that Hans ___________. A. was extremely wise and noble B. was highly valued by the Miller C. admired the Miller very much D. had a strong desire for fortune 66. The author described the Miller’s behavior in order to ___________. A. warn the readers about the danger of a false friend B. show the friendship between Hans and the Miller C. entertain the readers with an incredible joking tale D. persuade people to be as intelligent as the Miller 67. What’s the main cause of Hans’ tragedy(悲剧)? A. True friendship between them. B. A lack of formal education. C. A sudden change of weather. D. Blind devotion to a friend. 68. From the Miller’s talk at home, we can see he was ___________. A. serious but kind B. selfish and cold-hearted C. caring but strict D. helpful and generous D
Saying ―thank you‖ is probably the first thing most of us learn to do in a foreign language. After all, we’re brought up to be polite, and it is important to make a good impression upon other people — especially across national differences. So, what exactly are you supposed to say when ―thank you‖ is only the 20th most popular way to express gratitude? According to a recent survey, 19 other ways of expressing appreciation finished ahead of ―thank you‖ in a poll of 3,000 people. Pollsters(民测调查员) found almost half of those asked preferred the more informal ―cheers‖, while others liked to use such expressions as ―ta‖, ―great‖ and ―nice one‖. So, just what is the appropriate form of words to express your thanks? Fortunately, the answer is in the language itself. ―Cheers‖, despite its popularity, is considered an informal way to say thank you — and this is a definite clue(提示) as to when you can best use it. For instance, when going for a drink with friends, a smile and a ―cheers‖ by way of thanks is not only appropriate to the situation, it is also culturally accurate. ―Ta‖, originated from the Danish word ―tak‖, was the second-most popular expression of thanks, and is also commonly used in informal situations, along with phrases such as ―nice one‖, and ―brilliant‖. Interestingly, one word that didn’t make it into the top 20 was ―thanks‖, Thank You’s shorter, more informal cousin. ―Thanks‖ can be useful, as it is able to bridge the difference between the formality of ―thank you‖ and the opposite relaxed ―cheers‖. Certain words can double as an expression of thanks as well as delight. Again, the words themselves offer the clue as to when best to use them. For example, words like ―awesome‖, ―brilliant‖ and ―you star‖ featured highly in the new poll and they can hint at both your pleasure at someone’s action, as well as serving to express your thanks. If you are on the receiving end of a ―new‖ thank you, you can respond with a simple ―no problem‖, or ―sure‖. Of course, in certain situations, a simple wave, nod or smile may be appropriate. For instance, if a car driver slows down to let you cross the road, simply raising your hand in acknowledgement is enough to show that you appreciate the driver’s consideration. Sometimes, formality is necessary, and ―thank you‖ is still the best choice in such situations. But students should not worry about when exactly to use certain expressions. Many people in Western countries are worried that good manners are disappearing. People are tired of seeing their acts of kindness and service pass without comment. So don’t think your ―thank you‖ is too formal. The chances are, if you said ―thank you‖, you made someone’s day. You star. 69. We can tell from the results of the poll that __________. A. people are unconcerned about politeness nowadays. B. ―thank you‖ remains the best expression of gratitude. C. there is a variety of expressions of appreciation. D. there are more formal expressions than informal ones. 70. According to the passage, which is an appropriate response to ―awesome‖ or ―brilliant‖? A. Thanks. B. Sure. C. Nice one. D. Cheers. . 71. In the last paragraph the author encourages people to . A. show their gratitude to others. B. behave themselves well. C. continue their acts of kindness. D. stop worrying about bad manners. 72. Which of the following can serve as the best title of this passage? A. How to Appear More Polite. B. Ways to Show Gratitude. C. Never hesitate to Say ―Thank You‖. D. Good Manners on the Decrease!
第五部分: 任务型阅读 (共 10 小题；每小题 l 分, 满分 l0 分) 请认真阅读下列短文, 并根据所读内容在文章后表格中的空格里填入一个最恰当的单词。 注意: 每个空 格只填 1 个单词。请将答案写在答题卡上相应题号的横线上。 Blood donation, also called blood banking, is an important thing to do. It is an easy and direct way to contribute to social work and help the community. It helps to save lives and helps those who lose a lot of blood during operations or in accidents. You are able to give or donate blood every three or four months, and it is a great way to make a huge difference to someone’s life and you can always be proud of it after contributing to society. Blood donation is not a big problem, but you need to keep a few points in mind. Before donating blood, make sure that the ferrum (铁) level in your body is high enough and for that you should take a healthy diet. Do not go for blood donation on an empty stomach. You should follow the correct process so that everything goes well. After having a balanced diet you will feel strong and comfortable to donate blood. Afterwards, you will not feel faint or weak. For required hemoglobin (血红蛋白) in your body, drink lots of juice and other drinks. Fruit juice, such as apple juice is very good for increasing the blood level in your body. For a good blood flow in your body, drink at least 6-7 glasses of water every day. Don’t take alcohol (酒) a day before and after giving blood. Do not smoke half an hour before giving blood. When you are going for blood donation, be relaxed, which helps keep the right blood pressure. During the blood donation activity, take a deep breath and try to calm yourself. Don’t join in some other activities. When you donate blood, you are making the effort to save someone’s life. Blood donation is a very simple and fast process, but you need to take care of yourself after donating blood. Proper care helps to reduce side effects. The following are a few tips that will help you out. Take a rest for 15 minutes after the donation. It helps you to feel relaxed. Eat something and drink juice before leaving the blood donation centre. Make sure that you have meals after donating blood. Smoking should be avoided for one hour after the process. Avoid some activities right away, such as, driving. Finally, be proud of yourself because you have done a great thing in helping to save someone’s life. Blood donation is a very important activity. The (73) of blood donation ?(74) Making to social work and the community ? Helping those people who suffer the (75) _____ of blood ? Giving yourself a (76) ________ of pride ? Take a healthy diet for a high ferrum level. ? Drink fruit juice for enough hemoglobin. ? Drink at least 6-7 glasses of water daily for a good flow of blood. ? (78) taking alcohol and smoking cigarettes. ? Relax and (79) _______ deeply ? Never take (80) _ in other activities. ? Take a rest. ? Don’t (81) ______ meals after donating blood. ? Don’t smoke until one hour later. ? Don’t join in some activities (82) ________, like driving.
第六部分 单词拼写 (共 12 小题；每小题 0.5 分, 满分 6 分) 83. Buying the latest and most fashionable mobile phones _________ (迎合) to the young people’s pursuit of new things. 84. D_______ the major（专业）you want to learn in university is of great importance, for it has great effects on your future career. 85. Everyone has experienced many u_________ moments, which they will treasure forever. 86. This great discovery of oil is of great s__________ to the development of this area’s economy. 87. By hitting, biting and refusing, toddlers(初学步的孩子) are testing __________ (界限) as a way of exploring the world. 88.The car was half-price. It was a real ____________. 89. In order to reduce the air pollution, we’d better take public t____________ as often as possible, for this is a more environmentally friendly way. 90.These machines can help recycle the waste which would ______ be thrown away. 91.When Steve refused to practice any longer, the coach _________(除去) his name from the list of players for the next game. 92.My father did all the cooking in my mother’s a__________ （缺席）. 93.It is a t________ that the young look after the old in their family. 94. Seven ___________ (乘) by 15 makes 105. 第七部分 作文 (满分 15 分) 最近，你班就“90 后的成长”话题进行了一项社会调查。调查显示，人们对“90 后”青少年的现状褒 贬不一。请根据以下要点用英语写一篇文章，介绍调查结果，并谈谈你自己作为一名“90 后”的感想。 优点 1．有独特的思考方式?? 2．乐于接受并尝试新事物?? 3．自信、热情?? 4．珍惜友情，善于交流?? 缺点 1．依赖性强?? 2．不能很好地处理压力?? 3． 缺乏责任感， 不会感恩?? 4．自控力差?? 你自己的感想
注意：1．对所给要点逐一陈述，适当发挥，不要简单翻译。 2．词数 150 左右。开头已经写好，不计入总词数。 3．参考词汇：感恩 gratitude n. Recently our class has conducted a survey about ―The growth of post-90’s generation‖. People have different opinions on it. _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________
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听力：ACBAB BCCAB CABAC BACBA 选择：DCBCC 完形：BBACD BDACA CDBAB BCADD 阅读：DBCA 任务型阅读：73. importance/significance 74. contributions 76. sense 77. Before 78. Avoid 80. part 81. skip 82. immediately 单词拼写： 83. appeals 84. Determining 85. unusual 86. significance 87. boundaries 88. bargain 89. transport 90. otherwise 91. removed 92. absence 93.tradition 94.multiplied 书面表达： Recently our class has conducted a survey about ―The growth of post-90’s generation‖. People have different opinions on it. Some people think that the teenagers of the post-90’s generation are confident and enthusiastic. They are fond of new things, ready to accept and try them. They have unique way of thinking, which makes them more creative. What’s more, they treasure friendship and are good at communicating with others. However, others argue that the post-90’s generations are too self-centered and dependent on their parents in life or teachers in study so that they are not able to deal with pressure properly. Besides, some of them lack the sense of responsibility and don’t know how to show gratitude to others. Worse still, many are quite weak in controlling themselves on certain occasions. As a member of them, I think we post-90’s generation should be aware of our own strengths and weaknesses, so that we can put emphasis on perfecting ourselves. Only in this way can we gain respect and faith from others.
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